Gert van der Merwe

Architecture, Planning & Construction, NUST & Faculty of Architecture & the Built Environment, TU Delft, The Netherlands

Gert’s focuses on primarily on water and its role in the sympoietic relationships between species, technology, and the environment.

At NUST, he’s the departmental research coordinator with active involvement in the Technicities, Ecologies, and Flows and Assemblages research clusters, as well as teaching courses on environmental design, urbanism and housing.

He collaboratie with the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences and the Gobabeb Namib Research Institute, on evaluating a solar-thermal and wind-driven urine evaporator.

He’s pursuing a PhD at TU Delft, where he is active in the Philosophy and Theory of Architecture Research Group, the Ecologies of Architecture Research Group. He also serves on the editorial board of Footprint - Delft Architecture Theory Journal.

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